What do you get when you combine the 120 Hz display of the Galaxy S20 Ultra, a revolutionary Space Zoom camera, with the enhanced functionality of the Samsung S Pen? You get the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the new king of the Android smartphone ecosystem. The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Note 20 are Samsung’s best and most expensive phones to date, which makes it worth covering it with a protective case.
These are the best cases for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra currently available.
1. OtterBox Defender Series Case
The OtterBox Defender Series is the gold standard in protective cases with its robust double-layer design. This case is a little larger than the so-called hybrid options, but its thick bumper frame and rubber carrying cover are useful for those who lead an active life.
2. Spigen Tough Armor Case
The Spigen Tough Armor Case is an always reliable defense case that offers the best possible protection without making it impossible to hold this phone phone phantom. It maintains a relatively slim profile despite a nice, large bezel to protect the front screen and rear camera. It has an integrated stand for hands-free media viewing and is available in four colors: black, bronze, gunmetal and white. Its only drawback is that it could be more granular.
3. Pelican Voyager Series Case
If you are looking for the best case for the Note 20 Ultra, then Pelican is one of those brands you can’t go wrong with. Their Voyager Series Case is a heavy duty case that meets military drop test standards with its bulky defender design. It has four layers of protection and a generous raised bezel to ensure the safety of its contents from all angles. It also features an integrated Micropel material to prevent the growth of bacteria. It may be a fairly large case, but at the very least it is equipped with a belt clip that serves as a media viewing stand.
4. VRS Design Damda Glide Case
The Damda Glide case from VRS Design is a credit card slotted case that protects your Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and up to three credit cards. Cards are stored in a slide-out compartment on the back. However, depending on the number of cards you store, you may not be able to use Samsung’s PowerShare feature or 45W wireless charging. In addition, this case is slightly larger than a normal phone case. That said, it’s a great choice if you’re planning on running out of wallet.
5. ESR Metal Kickstand Case